Herve Leger Dresses GMD Loves
Rent a Herve Leger Dress
What a Leger! Herve Leger dresses couldn’t have a more natural season bedfellow than summer. The most famous lusted-for dress style, the Herve Leger bandage dress, is now hotter than ever as the label’s trademark design. The following Herve Leger bandage dresses to hire are available from GMD. If Herve L isn’t normally on your affordability radar, you’ll be glad to know that these Herve Leger dresses will be. Normally retailing at well over £1,000, you can hire a Herve dress from our collection for the irresistible sum of £129.
Be sultry and sophisticated in this Herve Leger black bandage dress. Hugely popular with the A-List set, Doutzen Kroes, Heather Graham, Kristin Cavalari, and Heidi Montag have all been spotted in the Herve Leger black bandage dress. In other words, it’s a highly sought-after and covetable piece! Rent this Herve Leger dress for £129. (RRP £1,712). And we suggest that like Kristin, you team yours with a simple cuff, like this suede one from Bex Rox, available in the jewellery for sale section.
Look Just Beachy in a Green & Grey Herve Leger Dress
What we particularly like about this dress, is that it would look just as good in the form of stylish beach day-wear as it would for looking sexy for evening cocktails. Very Liz Hurley urban chic, or Eva Longoria Miami beach. And the green and grey is such a fantastic marriage of colour. A marriage we think’s worth celebrating. Via renting the dress, of course. And there’ll be yet more to celebrate if you rent this Herve Leger dress, given that at £119 it’s a snip of the original £1,633 price tag. Why not add an Elvira Sazesh fringed bracelet for some added interest; it will also stop the look from looking the wrong side of sporty.
What better way to do the brights trend than in something so far up on the Richter scale of sexy?! Men will be falling at your feet. Somehow we admire how Herve Leger bandage dresses can make even mere mortals such as ourselves look body fabulous. Maybe it’s because we have to squeeze and squeeze into these curve-hugging creations to the point when it looks as though what we really bought was a personal trainer, not a dress! But when you can hire a Herve Leger dress for £129, when it should have cost £1252, you even have money left for the trainer too!